Kids, Brains & Learning: What Goes Wrong--Prevention and Treatment

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The letters "ff." mean "and the pages that follow." The number with '"ff." is the number of the page where the information begins.The letter "T" means "table." The number with "T" is the number of the page where the table is located. The indexer has arranged subentries in the order in which the information. appears in the book.
Accident-prone children, 40
Accommodation (eyesight), 486
Adaptation, biological: evolutionary process, 177ff.; early developmental steps, 181-93, 194T
Adaptation to formal learning, 125ff., 126T, 129
Adenoids and tonsils, see Tonsils and adenoids
Adrenal glands: secretions, 410
Africa: evolution of mammals in, 196ff.
Age norms for performance: first year of life, 381-82; 1-3 years, 382-84; 3-4 years, 384-85; 4-6 years, 385- 86
Age of Mammals, 184, 194T, 196ff.
Age of Reptiles, 183ff., 195T, 196, 197
Aggression, 206ff.
Aging: reverse similarities in youth and, 122T, 123
Agnosia, 131
Agricultural revolution, 201, 202
Aides, classroom, 334, 336, 339ff., 355
Air breathing, 182
Allergic (hypersensitive) response, 63-64
Allergy, 26, 43; in brain injured, 50- 60; treatment, 51ff., 59T; in hyperkinetic children, 300ff.; prevention, 517-20, 518T
Alpha rhythm, 136, 163
Alphabetic writing, 204-05
Ambilaterality, 119, 131
Ambivalence, 154, 372ff.
Amblyopia (blindness), 234, 487
Ames, Louise Bates, 144, 322, 323, 324, 380
Amniotic fluid, 391
Anemia: in brain injured, 43
Angels-in-the-snow (self-control exercise), 308
Animal husbandry: in Neolithic age, 201, 217
Anisometropia, 485
Anticonvulsant drugs, 46, 301
Antihistimine drugs, 51; see also Drugs
Apes, 181, 197
Apgar measurement, 24
Aphasia, 232
Aquatic food, 199ff.
Arithmetic: teaching of, 274-81; hyperactivity and, 281-84
Artistic families, 294
Association, learning by, 73
Asthma, 50, 52
Astigmatism, 485
Asymmetrical phase of childhood, 141ff.
Athetosis, 16
Athletic activities: correlation with learning disorders, 112ff., 125, 126T
Atomic power, 203
Attention span, 234

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents ix
  • I - The Problem of Brain Injury 1
  • II - Learning and Its Disorders 71
  • III - Perception 149
  • IV - Lessons from the Past 175
  • V Building Blocks 227
  • VI - Matters of Structure 285
  • VII - School Daze 317
  • VIII - Increasing Potential 363
  • IX - Systems of Treatment 441
  • X - Conclusion 507
  • Appendix A - Procedures for School Vision Screening 511
  • Appendix B - Physical Education and Movement Literature 515
  • Appendix C - Prevention of Allergy 517
  • Meet the Author 521
  • Index 523
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